Dr. Jerry B. Madkins
ADDRESS: P.O. Box 514
Seguin, Texas 78156
(254) 485-1276 - cell
email@example.com - email
Doctor of Ministry
The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky, May 1988, Christian Ministry, Research Topic: Re-Examining Role Models for the Black Pastor, Concentration: Leadership, Counseling and Pastoral Care.
Master of Divinity
The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky, May 1985, Major: Pastor/Teacher.
Master of Arts
Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, May 1978, Major: Personnel Management, Minor: Personnel Administration.
Bachelor of Science
Prairie View A&M University, Prairie View, Texas, May 1971, Major: Mathematics; Minor: Political Science. Graduated-Magna Cum Laude.
Hill Senior High School, Henderson, Texas, May 1967.
Pastor, Greater Love Christian Church, Seguin, Texas. This is a Ministry of Gospel Revivals, Christian Counseling, Seminars and Workshops, National Conferences, and Bible Based Youth Education programs.
Owner, MadKing BBQ, P.O. Box 514, Seguin, Texas. Responsible for custom catering for special occasions.
September 2008-May 2011
Lasell College, Newton, Mass. Associate Professor of Management. Responsible for teaching classes on both the graduate and undergraduate levels. Taught the classes of Human Resource Management and Executive Management on the graduate level; and taught classes in Introduction to Business, Business Ethics, Career Management and Human Resource Management on the undergraduate level. Also, served on the College Committee to review the General Education Curriculum campus-wide.
August 2007-February 2008
VT Griffin Co., Atlanta, Georgia. Army Contractor, stationed at Ft. Bliss, Texas. Employed as Business Manager and Human Resources Manager. Supervised a 125 employees public works contract.
October 2003-July 2007
Ryan’s Restaurant Group, Killeen and Waxahachie Texas, Assistant Manager. Responsible for supervising employees; ordering food and supplies; and in charge of all back -of –the- house operations.
May 1989-September 2002
Professor, Tarleton State University, Department of Management, Marketing and Administrative Systems, Stephenville, Texas. Responsible for teaching undergraduate courses in Personnel Management, Employee/Labor Relations and Business Ethics. Graduate courses in Corporate Social Responsibility. Director, Program to Acclimate Students to Scholastics (PASS), an innovative program to recruit first generation college students to the college; reporting to the President for PASS.
February 1990-May 2002
Pastor and Counselor, St. John Baptist Church, Stephenville, Texas. Preached and taught the Bible. Also served as counselor and advisor to the citizens of local congregations and general community.
September 1987-May 1989
Instructor, Marshall University, Huntington, WV, School of Business Management, Department. Responsible for teaching undergraduate junior and senior courses in Business Management and Business Ethics.
October 1982-August 1987
Pastor and Counselor, St. Paul Baptist Church, St. Albans, WV. Attended seminary full-time in pursuit of graduate degrees in Louisville, KY.
July 1971-September 1983
U.S. Army Personnel Officer, Regular Army, Major. Served Tours in Wolters, TX; Indianapolis, IN; Geoppingen, West Germany; Ft. McPherson, GA and Huntington, WV-Army ROTC, Assistant Professor Military Science.
Jack and Louise Arthur Distinguished Faculty Award, Tarleton State University, 1999-2000.
Most Outstanding Professor, College of Business Administration, Tarleton State University: 1993-1994 and 1995-1996.
Presidential Teaching Fellow, Tarleton State University, 1991-1992.
Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities, Prairie View A&M University, 1971.
Phi Delta Kappa (Honor Society in Education), 1971.
Phi Mu Epsilon (Honor Society in Mathematics), 1971.
ORGANIZED AND FUNDED RESEARCH:
Tarleton State University, Organized Research Grant, Title: Analysis of Management Effectiveness and Leadership Styles for use in Volunteer Organizations, 1992.
Member, Phi Delta Kappa National Fraternity in Education, Cross Timbers Chapter, Stephenville, TX.
President, NAACP, Stephenville, TX.
Member, Executive Board, National Conference on Ethics, Long Beach State University, Long Beach, CA.
City Council Member, Place 1, Stephenville City Council, Stephenville, TX.
Texas State Coordinator, National Association of Africans American Studies, Morehead State University, Morehead, KY.
Member, Chancellor’s Advisory Council on Ethnic Diversity, The Texas A&M University System, College Station, TX.
President, Erath Residents Against Drug Abuse (ERADA), Stephenville, TX.
Member, Academic Advising Committee, Tarleton State University, Stephenville, TX.
Member, Equal Employment Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Committee, Tarleton State University, Stephenville, TX.
Member, Planning/Zoning Committee, City of Stephenville, TX.
Member, General Scholarship Committee, Tarleton State University, Stephenville, TX.
Member, STAR Council Drug Prevention Counseling Agency, Stephenville, TX.
Swimming, racquetball, jogging and public speaking.
Madkins, Jerry B., Guthrie, Phyllis, and Schwartz, George, SAT and SAT Preparation Handbook-A Roadmap to College Success, Kendall-Hunt Publishing, Dubuque, IA, 2001.
Madkins, Jerry B., The Essentials of Modern Management, Kendall-Hunt Publishing, Dubuque, IA, 2001.
Madkins, Jerry B., Management in the 21st Century, Principals, Practices and Concepts. Ron Jon Publishing, Denton, TX, 1st and 2nd Editions, 1999 and 2001.
Madkins, Jerry B., Corporate Social Responsibility: Building Ethical Organizations; Ron Jon Publishing, Denton, TX, 1st and 2nd Editions, 1994 and 1996.
Madkins, Jerry B., The Challenge of Modern Management, Ron John Publishing, Denton, TX, 1st. and 2nd Editions, 1993-1995.
Madkins, Jerry B. and Mills, R. Lavelle, The Management Experience: A Student Manual, Tarleton State University, Stephenville, TX , 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Editions, 1991, 1992, and 1993.
“Leadership Crisis in the Black Church,” The Journal of Interdenominational Theological Center. Volume XIX, Numbers 1 and 2, Fall 1991 and Spring 1992.
“Affirmative Action: Is Necessary and Ethical,” Personnel Journal, Vol. 68, No. 8, August 1989.
“The Perfect Ethics System for Business,” Executive Excellence, April 1991.
Dr. Timothy George,
Dean, Beeson School of Divinity,
800 Lakeshore Drive,
Birmingham, Alabama, 35229,
Mr. Dan Dudley,
Assistant Professor in Management and Coordinator Distance Learning,
Tarleton State University,
Stephenville, Texas, 76402,
Dr. Rusty Freed,
Department Head, Management and Administrative Systems,
Tarleton State University,
Stephenville, Texas, 76402,
Rev. James H. Mosley
Pastor, Ebenezer Baptist Church
Logan, West Virginia